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केरल में बेवजह राज्यपाल के खिलाफ मोर्चा खोलकर समय बर्बाद कर रहे हैं मुख्यमंत्री विजयन

Arif Mohammad Khan

ANI

As far as the Vice-Chancellors are concerned, their appointments should be made in accordance with University Grants Commission rules, but by violating those rules, you choose your arbitrary candidates and then ask the Governor to wink at them.

The fanaticism of the Marxist government in Kerala has reached its peak. Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan of the ruling Marxist Communist Party has opened a front against his Governor Arif Mohammad Khan. They have drafted an ordinance to remove the governor from the post of vice-chancellor of Kerala universities and now want to pass a resolution calling a session of the legislature to achieve their goal. Ask him which proposed ordinance can be issued without the Governor’s signature and which bill can become a law without his signature means that Kerala’s Vijayan government is wasting its time on gimmicks.

As far as the Vice-Chancellors are concerned, their appointments should be made in accordance with University Grants Commission rules, but by violating those rules, you choose your arbitrary candidates and then ask the Governor to wink at them. Governor Arif Khan has shown firmness in this matter and asked such vice chancellors to resign. This view of Arif Khan has been upheld by the Supreme Court of India and the High Court of Kerala in the case of two vice chancellors. He has said that if the universities of the states are getting recognition and financial assistance from the VVA Commission, it is mandatory for them to follow its rules in making appointments.

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Universities and government offices in Kerala are being filled by Marxist party supporters and workers and relatives of leaders flouting all rules. The court has declared illegal many top jobs given to the wives of Marxist leaders. Many criminal party workers have been given government jobs so that they can cross the bar of law with their help and enjoy pension for life after two years of service.

This political corruption has become etiquette in the Marxist party of Kerala, but it has broken all the bounds of political etiquette. Far from punishing the party worker who attacked the Governor at an event in Kannur in 2019, the Chief Minister has provided security cover by appointing him to his personal staff. A minister has also committed a similar act of breach of decorum. Chief Minister Vijayan may not realize that if he continues with this extreme attitude, he may invite President’s rule in Kerala and with it he may spoil the soil of Marxism.

-Doctor. Veda Pratap Vedic

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